Her most well known Disney film appearance was in 1993's Hocus Pocus as Winifred Sanderson. She also voiced Georgette the poodle in the 1988 animated feature Oliver and Company. When she appeared as a guest star on Christmas in Rockefeller Center with Billy Crystal in 2012, she hangs out with the Muppets backstage for a photo-op and takes kisses with Miss Piggy.
She also starred in The Lottery, a short film produced for the Disney’s Hollywood Studios Park in Florida for guests of the park’s Backstage Studio Tour.
She was named a Disney Legend at the 2019 D23 Expo.
|1988||Oliver & Company||Georgette||Walt Disney Animation Studios|
|1993||Hocus Pocus||Winifred Sanderson||Walt Disney Pictures|
|1999||Fantasia 2000||Herself||Walt Disney Animation Studios|
|1986||Down and Out in Beverly Hills||Barbara Whiteman||Silver Screen Partners II|
|1986||Ruthless People||Barbara Stone||Silver Screen Partners II|
|1987||Outrageous Fortune||Sandy Brozinsky||Interscope Communications|
Silver Screen Partners II
|1988||Big Business||Sadie Shelton/Sadie Ratliff||Silver Screen Partners III|
|1988||Beaches||Cecilia Carol Bloom||All Girl Productions|
Silver Screen Partners IV
|1990||Stella||Stella Claire||The Samuel Goldwyn Company|
|1991||Scenes from a Mall||Deborah Fifer||Silver Screen Partners IV|
- Some of the original concept art for Elsa was based on Bette Midler.